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  1. Hi all, my first NG-project is alive ;) I build a switchable USB to 4 DIN midi port router. Al from parts I have laying around. After a evening digging this forum and trying, it just works. Now I can control my Volca's with a single USB midi keyboard (hurray). I don't get one thing: How do I get special characters on the display?? For example in the next line I like to have a arrow instead off the >-sign (or the solid >) EVENT_SENDER id=1 if_equal=Button:1:1 fwd_to_lcd=1 type=NoteOn chn=1 key=any lcd_pos=1:32:1 label="> %e" ports=00001000000000000000 [17:36]
  2. Hello, I just noticed a peculiar error in my configuration, that is based on the way that I switch banks while running the application. On my hardware controller I have two designated buttons, whose purpose it is to increase or decrease the bank number respectively. Basically it works as desired, the bank numbers get changed accordingly. But when I use these buttons multiple times, especially in succession to another, I noticed that my MIDI controller "resets". It return to its startup screen, but keeps continuing to react to my bank selections. This seems like an overload of some ki
  3. Hello, My English is not very good. I am trying to build an electronic stop knobs board. If I press a knob I want a signal to my grandorgue program. Later on I want to connect leds to indicate the state of the button. I made board, soldiered the button switch and connected them to a dio_matirix. The lpc17 had an old bootloader with midio128. I succeeded in installing midibox NG. The file "default.mio" was still on the SD card so I deleted it. The stop knobs (buttons) are not working out of the box. All the column buttons send the same note. I read a lot of manuals, but I do
  4. Hawkeye

    MBProgramma V0.1

    From the album: Hawkeyes MB stuff

    ...make some noise! :-D
  5. Okay so I'm having a bit of trouble figuring out how to take the current keyboard range and on each successive press of a button, shift it down by one octave. It has to be relative, because I also want an increment button as well. I'm assuming it'd be something like: event_button id=1 kb_transpose= current_value + 12 event_button id=2 kb_transpose= current_value - 12 Sorry if this has been covered before, (I looked but maybe I didn't search for the right terms?). Thanks for any help!
  6. Hallo und Guten Abend, erstmal großes Lob an alle, die hier mitarbeiten und entwickeln und testen und auch bauen! Das letzte Mal habe ich mir vor ca 5 Jahren das MIDIbox Projekt angeschaut und ich bin echt beeindruckt, wie gut es weiterentwickelt wurde! :) Ich habe mir in den letzten Tagen einen kurzen Entwurf für einen Midicontroller gemacht und wollte mal hier fragen: - ist das Konzept an sicht mit der Midibox NG (STM32F4 oder LTP17??) möglich? (9TouchFader, 8RE mit Schalter, 8-9 OLEDS/LCDs, Buttons,LEDs,...nichts außergewöhnliches oder?) - wo könnte es Schwierigkeiten ge
  7. Hi everybody, finally I found the time to start a project on my new LPC17 core. I want to replace my current MIDI router (PIC-based) with the MIDIbox NG application. I have MIDI devices connected to both IN/OUT ports and a computer via USB. All MIDI channels are used and need to be routed/duplicated to different ports. Here's my problem: MIDIbox NG offers only 16 router nodes, but I need at least 32 to route my channels properly. Is it somehow possible to increase the number of nodes? A different solution would be to offer a range of filtered source channels instead of single ones. E.g
  8. tonedef

    ...now to debug

    From the album: nextSteps

    My new synth. Lots of work still to go
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